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Stephanie O. Hubach (M.A., Economics) and her husband Fred lead the disability ministry at Reformed Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Ephrata, Pennsylvania. They have been married since 1983 and have two sons: Fred and Tim, who has Down syndrome. Stephanie has served as chairperson of the Lancaster County MH/MR Advisory Board, as a board member of the ARC of Lancaster County, as board president of the Infant Evaluation Program in Centre County, and as a member of the Lancaster County Respite Coalition. She currently serves as chair of the Lancaster Christian Council on Disability. Stephanie frequently speaks at conferences, special events, and churches.
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: P & R Publishing
|Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.38 (inches)|
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Masterfully and winsomely develops a scriptural framework to help Gods people think bbilically and live covenantally in all of life, including our response to disabilities.
Stephanie Hubachs superb book tells us how to transform the church into a place of hospitality and welcome for children and adults with disabilities and their families. Her heartwarming stories about Timmy and her scholarly discussion of a biblical view of disability make this book both pleasurable and instructive.
while ostensibly issuing a call to come alongside individuals and families touched by disability, Stephanie has actually penned a call for the church to reform and to become an inclusive community for all people.